What does Jerusha mean?
Biblical: the wife of King Uzziah. Used by the Puritans and revived somewhat in the 19th century. Literary: James Michener used the name for the missionary heroine in his novel "Hawaii".
(female) Jeanusha, Jersa, ..
(male) Jercho, Jerja, ..
How popular is Jerusha?
Jerusha is an unusual first name for females. Jerusha is also an uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the birth name history of Jerusha for girls. Jerusha reached its peak rank of #1943 in the U.S. in the 1880s, but is not listed at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Recommended names are Aeisha, Aesha, Anusha, Barucha, Bernisha, Bertha▼, Berucha, Brisha, Delisha, Denesha, Denisha▼, Erisha, Felisha, Fusha, Hertha, Ieasha, Ieesha, Iesha▼, Irisha, Jakisha, Jamesha, Jamisha, Janisha, Jelisa, Jelissa, Jemsa, Jenessa, Jenista, Jeremia, Jeressa, Jerica, Jerika, Jerona, Jerrica▼, Jerrika, Jesca, Jessa▲, Jessca, Jessia, Jesusa, Julisha, Justa, Karisha, Keasha, Keesha, Keisha▼, Kenisha, Kesha▼, Larisha, Leesha, Leisha, Lekisha, Lesha, Letisha, Marisha, Marsha▼, Melisha, Neesha, Nesha, Porsha, Teisha, Telisha, Tenesha, Tenisha, Tersha, Terushka, Teruska, Trisha▼, Venesha, Venisha, Verasha, Vernisha, Verushka, Yeesha and Yeruscha. These names tend to be more commonly used than Jerusha.